Hyderabad: Labour division evading revival of unexpected insurance coverage plan
Hyderabad: The Department of Employment as well as Labour has actually not restored the Social Security Scheme covering advantages of Rs 5 lakh each to households of transportation as well as non-transport automobile vehicle drivers, house guards as well as others for unexpected fatality insurance coverage. There is no alert on revival of the plan by the division till currently.
Various unions prompted the division to restore the plan to promote the households in protecting insurance claims. The State government has actually begun the social security plan for transportation vehicle drivers, house guards as well as functioning reporters. As per orders, each year in March the division needs to restore the plan. But this year the division has actually not restored the plan also after 3 months.
As per the government orders, the aide automobile examiners (AMVI) of the Transport division will certainly be the signing up authority of insurance claims gotten by the authority for transportation as well as non-transport automobile vehicle drivers for the reliable execution of the plan inTelangana
However, a number of unions in the city declared that though it has actually been 3 months considering that the revival month, the division has actually not provided the restored GO thisyear “We urge the department to renew the scheme as per orders to facilitate the families in getting the claims,” stated Telangana Auto Drivers JAC participant ASathi Reddy
Telangana Auto as well as Motor Welfare Union basic assistant M Dayanand stated it has actually come to be a large job for the households of dead vehicle drivers as there is no correct network for insurance claims as well as no control in between the Labour as well as Transport divisions to promote the insurance claims.
He mentioned “There is no mechanism or support staff to facilitate the families in securing the claims.
The data pertaining to drivers of both transport and non-transport vehicles lies with the Transport department. But officials here are yet to start any activity. Some accident cases have come to our notice. There may be many such cases in the State.”
He stated, “This is a good scheme as families in distress can get some relief with the claimed money. But there should be specific wing and staff to look into cases, as due lack of coordination between the Labour and Transport departments, families of deceased drivers are facing difficulties in getting claims,” he included.
“There are over two lakh auto drivers in the city. There would be many more drivers. There is no claims officer at the Transport office,” statedDayanand He required the government to assign a policeman to check out insurance claims.